"My Likes And Dislikes" Essays and Research Papers

  • My Likes And Dislikes

    All My Sons: Like or Dislike? "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller is one of the first dramatic plays or stories that I have read and truly enjoyed. Written and set in 1947, I wasn't sure what to expect but as I began reading, it became quite the page turner. Arthur Miller, being a prominent figure in American theater and playwright, has a unique style of writing that seems to capture all aspects of a good story in a manner that's not only easy to read but also quite intriguing.1 In this play in particular...

    All My Sons, Arthur Kennedy, Arthur Miller 1005  Words | 3  Pages

  • Writings About Dislikes and Likes

    Writing About Likes and Dislikes: Responding to Literature The act of reading is accompanied by emotional responses which, at the simplest level, take the form of pleasure or displeasure: You either like or dislike a poem, story, or play. You have not said much, however, if all you say is that you have liked or disliked something. Writing about likes and dislikes should require you to explain the reasons for your responses. In short, your discussion should be informed and informative. ...

    Antagonist, Character, Like 1501  Words | 6  Pages

  • My Likes and Dislikes

    The subject calls upon me to make an open confession. Let me take courage and confess what I like and what I dislike. My likes and dislikes arc rather limited. The first thing I positively dislike is the nerve racking discipline imposed upon the youngers by the elders or by those in authority. Why should anybody bother my life with do’s and don’ts? Why should I not be left entirely to myself to choose my own ways ? Why should a father, who himself smokes, call upon his child to refrain from smoking...

    April Fools' Day, Discipline 584  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Life Be Like

    the best decision my mom has made in my life. Before I came to Glenwood I lived in the dangerous part of the south side of Chicago. My family and I lived in a two bedroom apartment. I went to a public school right down the street but never experienced the ability to walk from home to school. My mom always made sure I was escorted or drove up to school when she was away at work. Reason for that was because she feared the danger of me being in the wrong place at the wrong time like many other young...

    2006 albums, 2006 singles, Billboard Hot Country Songs number-one singles 999  Words | 3  Pages

  • Likes and Dislikes

    Likes/Dislikes or Hobbies There are many things I like to do in this big World of ours. There are also many things I do not like to do or don’t care for doing. However, the main thing I enjoy doing most is playing basketball. In my spare time I go outside my house and shoot around or I go to the Eastover Recreation Center and play basketball in their gym. Also, I play basketball for Eastover Parks and Recreation during the winter months. I enjoy playing basketball so much because it gives me a...

    American films, ARIA Charts, English-language films 697  Words | 2  Pages

  • Character Likes/Dislikes the Necklace/Lunch

    diction, and characterization. Mathilde’s greed in “The Necklace” and Maupassant’s use of tragic irony are two components I found deeply gratifying; whereas, Monninger’s use of open-ending caused a negative emotional response, and therefore was not my favorite literary devise. The narrator beautifully illustrates Mathilde Loisel as a greedy woman with a false sense of entitlement; and she is a character I thoroughly enjoy disliking throughout the story. Mathilde wants more than she needs; and feels...

    Emotion, Guy de Maupassant, Irony 1150  Words | 3  Pages

  • Characters We Are Lead to Like & Dislike in Act One of the Crucible by Arthur Miller

    Characters we are lead to like and dislike in Act 1 of The Crucible by Arthur Miller By Carys Castro. Abigail Williams is one of the protagonists. She is manipulative and unthruthful from the very beginning as she refers to their dancing in the woods as nothing but a “sport”, and then says “there be no blush about my name”. She lies because she is clearly scared of her uncle, Reverend Parris. However, when John Proctor comes in, it is clear that she still has feelings for him as she says to him...

    Elizabeth Proctor, John Proctor, Mary Warren 1007  Words | 3  Pages

  • Like and dislike

    D N E Y B U E N O S A I R E S Acknowledgments I would like to thank the following people who have made this book possible: Scholastic executive editor, Wendy Murray, who suggested the topic; my manuscript editor, Ray Coutu, whose excellent advice helped me improve the text; and my husband, Martin, who barbecued our dinner when I was deep into the endless composing and rewriting process. I am also grateful to all of my students over the years whose writings fill this book. —Adele...

    Book, Opening sentence, Paragraph 25890  Words | 135  Pages

  • Like and Dislike of Being Student

    my likes and dislike of being student I like being a student because it gives me an opportunity to meet new groups of people and learn new things. I’m a real extravert person and I like to have friends beside me when I have class, lunch, or do any activities. I can say that I always spend most of my time with friends at school. When I have to stay alone, I have no confidence to do anything because I’m a person who likes to discuss with my friends and ask them for opinions about everything I’m...

    Doing It, Education, Grade 921  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Like of Stare

    for instance Egypt forbids using Facebook. After London has a riot, the British Prime Minister David Cameron point out that if the social media is used as a “tool” for fomenting violence and nuisance crime, that should better censor social media, like Facebook and Twitter. As a national security concern, in Arab Spring the social media helps development of democracy but it also increases of domestic violence and grow and spread crime (Schraeder, P 2012). Arab Spring also reminds people how powerful...

    Censorship, Facebook, Internet 1682  Words | 5  Pages

  • Explore how Priestly creates like or dislike of Mrs Birling

    Explore how Priestly creates like or dislike of Mrs Birling ‘An Inspector Calls’ is a well-known play which was written by J.B. Priestly in 1945. However it was set in a Midland Industrial town in 1912. Priestley deliberately set his play in 1912 because the date represented an era when all was very different from the time he was writing. In 1912, rigid class and gender boundaries seemed to ensure that nothing would change. Yet by 1945, most of those class and gender divisions had been breached...

    Class consciousness, Middle class, Social class 1666  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Likes and Dislikes of Human Beings

    all differ in many ways. Out of them all, one major area is on account of our likes and dislikes. The difference exists owing to our family background, company of friends and climatic conditions. Our likes and dislikes, however, give us an insight into our inner self. They are the sum and substance of our character, temperament and disposition. Like all others, I too have a few likes and dislikes. My first priority in my liking is cleanliness, which I consider next only to God. The very sight of dust...

    Like, Romanticism, Samuel Taylor Coleridge 673  Words | 2  Pages

  • All About Me: My Story, Likes and Dislikes

    All About Me I have many different hobbies, but my favorite hobby is gymnastics. I am on the level six competitive team at the Auburn Gymnastics Academy. I practice before and after school six different times every week. Sometimes it is hard to get up in the morning, or stay late at night, but I know it will make me better and I'm not alone. One of the reasons I love gymnastics so much is because of all my kind, loving, and very supportive teammates. Whether it's doing a new skill for...

    Gymnastics, Hobby, Leisure 654  Words | 2  Pages

  • Likes and Dislikes essay in Art

    “Likes and Dislikes” Thu Thai – Pecan group People tend to view perfection as a requisite for high art but think that any perfection has its own defects. Besides unimaginable inspiration of “the Kiss” by Gustav Klimt (page 418 on book), I cannot admit its uncompelling features. What captures my attention the most must be various shapes, which are drawn, in large quantities and small sizes. This creates a sense of fullness and continuously blossoming formations. In particular, the artist...

    Austria, Gustav Klimt, Love 551  Words | 1  Pages

  • Likes and Dislikes Related to Psychology

    Michelle Rissman My Love For The Beach Strayer University PSY 105 July 26, 2012 Psychology plays a role in each persons life. Liking or disliking something is based on each person. The reasons we like or dislike something have psychological reasons. I will discuss my love for family beach days and why I love family beach days. Through this explanation it will be easy to determine how psychology plays a role in how and why. The amazing smell of salt, wetness, and greasy food. The sounds...

    Cognition, Cognitive neuroscience, Cognitive psychology 744  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Love Is Like a Red Red Rose

    My Love is Like a Red Red Rose by Robert Burns My love is like a red red rose (7) That’s newly sprung in June; (6) My love is like the melodie (8) That’s sweetly play’d in tune. (6) So fair  art thou, my  bonnie lass, (8) So deep in love am I; (6) #And I will love thee still, my dear, (8) #Till a’ the seas gang dry. (6) #Till a’ the seas gang dry, my dear, (9) And the rocks melt wi’ the sun: (7) #And I will love thee still, my dear, (9) While the sands o’ life shall run. (7) #And  fare thee...

    Alliteration, Auld Lang Syne, Consonant 652  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Mistress's Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun

     My Mistress’s Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun The tone of this poem is serious and comical. He realizes the imperfections in humans. This is clear in the poem in line 1 “my mistress’s eyes are nothing like the sun” (Shakespeare W. My Mistress’s Eyes Are Nothing Like The Sun). Generally poets would worship their loved ones features, however the speaker appears to joke about this person’s features in this poem. In line 9 – 10 “i love to hear her speak, yet well i know that music hath a far more...

    Beijing Subway, Madrid Metro, Metaphor 984  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Mistress’s Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun

    most poets, who are writing sonnets, would praise the ones they love and not be realistic about their imperfections. “My mistress’s eyes are nothing like the sun; Coral is far more red than her lips’ red (line 1 / 2)” Here he is comparing her eyes with the sun and the colour of her lips with coral red. “And in some perfumes is there more delight / Than in the breath that from my mistress reeks. (line7 / 8)” Here he states that his mistress breath’s stinks and that some perfumes gives him “more...

    Madrid Metro, Metaphor, Metropolitana di Napoli 1297  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Dream House: The Way I Like It

    DREAM HOUSE My dream house, what would it be what would it look like it, and most important where will I build it. I like the countryside wide open areas, maybe farm lands with some animals. But I do like the city life with the nose, rude people, and heavy traffic on the high way. There is pros and cons to both environment, the countryside close to no air pollution, but less services you need to travel more to access services. The pros and cons of the city life more cultural opportunities...

    Bedroom, Kitchen, Room 1667  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Thoughts on "My Mistress' Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun"

    My Thoughts on “My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun” Gabrielle Willis Dr. Ingo Stoehr English 1302.V99 27 February 2013 Outline I. Introduction II. Purpose a. Love Parody b. To show he loves her III. Form c. Sonnet d. Iambic Pentameter e. “Turn” f. Alternating pairs g. Couplet Conclusion IV. Content h. Description i. Comparison j. Satire k. Hyperbole of the Allusion V. Conclusion William...

    Hendecasyllable, Iambic pentameter, Meter 1338  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Mistress Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun

    My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun William Shakespeare My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun; Coral is far more red than her lips' red: If snow be white, why then her breasts are dun; If hairs be wires, black wires grow on her head. I have seen roses damask'd, red and white, But no such roses see I in her cheeks; And in some perfumes is there more delight Than in the breath that from my mistress reeks. I love to hear her speak,--yet well I know That music hath a far more pleasing...

    Iambic pentameter, Poetic form, Poetry 1116  Words | 5  Pages

  • Like Dolmens Round My Childhood and the Barn Comparative

    Like Dolmens round my childhood and The Barn comparative ‘The Barn’ by Seamus Heaney and ‘Like Dolmens Round my Childhood’ by John Montague are two poems that explore the theme of fear in childhood. The fears of each poet are very different in that Heaney’s fear of the barn is triggered by his vivid imagination whereas Montague’s fear of becoming like ‘the old people’ is a much more complex and emotional issue that relates to real life experiences. The theme of fear is apparent right from the start...

    Alliteration, Fear, Gerontology 1085  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Future

    In my second year of college there are a number of things I have learned about myself. I have learned about my likes and dislikes as well as my strength and weaknesses. I have had to make goals and start planning my future. Through out planning, my choices have been influenced by people and issues. I have had to take in numerous considerations in making my decisions. I have chosen a career field, a major, and laid out a plan for my future in visual communications. My first two years of college...

    College, Communication, Design 902  Words | 3  Pages

  • School Things I Like/Dislike

    School: The Things I Like and Dislike School is a place I have to go to five days a week, except on Saturdays and Sundays and the holidays of course. I spend a lot of time in school. Thus I cannot help liking some aspects and disliking other aspects of it. Why not mention a few things everyone can easily agree on liking and ways to improve on the things we are disliking. I like recess most of all, though now, it’s mostly referred to as ‘break-time’ or ‘in-between classes’. This is...

    Education, English-language films, Forgetting 537  Words | 2  Pages

  • Like Mother, Like Daughter

    A lot of people assume that one’s daughter is a lot like their mother, and a lot of times that is true, in some aspects. I can tell you that my wisdom and common sense came from my mom. My sense of humor, my laugh, my eyes, and my strength also came from my mom. My mom is the reason I have chosen the career path I have chosen. So, I have a lot of traits in resemblance of my mom, the only trait I lack is her addiction. Growing up I imagined my life to be perfect, as I guess all children usually...

    Family, Friends, Grandparent 1567  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Experience with English Education

            English has never been my favorite subject. In fact, it has always been my least favorite subject. Going through school, I often wondered why I needed to do so many English related tasks, and in wondering, I learned to detest the subject without realizing its future benefits. Why do I dislike English so much? Is it such a dreadful thing to learn? Isn't learning how to correctly write and interpret the English language important? Well, no and yes.         No, English is not a dreadful...

    Education, English language, High school 1550  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Life

    My name is Yasmin binti Zainal Abidin. Currently I am a student in Universiti Selangor (UNISEL) which is one of the private institutions in Selangor.I am now in the first semester doing Foundation in Management. At this very moment, I am writing an essay about ‘MY LIFE’. It is an assignment for the Computer Applications subject given by my lecturer, Mr. Izwan Suhadak. My life started when I was born on 22nd October 1993 at about 6pm.I was born in Subang Jaya Medical Centre. I was given a name...

    High school, Hussein Onn, Primary education 1816  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ron Hansen’s Use of Characterization in “My Kid’s Dog”

    Philip Stevens English 1102 Harry Papagan June 22, 2013 Ron Hansen’s Use of Characterization in “My Kid’s Dog” Character is a very important element of fiction because without characters, a story falls apart because readers only care about the plot and other aspects of fiction because of how it affects a character or characters. Characterization is the process with which the writer reveals the personality of a character or characters. Characterization can also help reveal the relationship between...

    Character, Edgar Allan Poe, Fiction 956  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Search for Identity: Peel My Love like an Onion

    Laura Raymond Dr. Herrera Close Reading December 9, 2012 A Search for Identity In the book Peel My Love Like an Onion, by Ana Castillo, the only thing that can make Carmen happy is Flamenco dancing. But unfortunately, she is diagnosed with polio and dancing gets much harder for her to do. Because it gets so difficult for her, she tries to find other jobs to make money. Although she finds jobs here and there to earn money, she is unable to find happiness in her life without dancing. She feels...

    Cosmetics, Dance, Meaning of life 2560  Words | 6  Pages

  • Like Dolmens Round My Childhood Analysis

    Like Dolmens round my childhood analysis In this poem John Montague compares old country characters to megalithic tombs. In the first stanza Montague describes the personality of the loner Jamie McCrystal, a man who sang tuneless songs to himself. Jamie was a kind man who fed the birds and gave John a penny for sweets every week. John Montague states the fact that his house was robbed and ransacked for money after he died at home. In the second stanza, the poet describes an unusual old lady who...

    Child, Grateful Dead, History of Ireland 1044  Words | 3  Pages

  • Compare and Contrast My Two Best Friends Are Like Twins

    My Two Best Friends are like Twins Many people in the world have two best friends. Some of them are so similar that it's shocking. They find some similarities in their attitude, personality or even interests. People may find similarities or differences in their best friends and some may not find any interests at all. But, I have found three similarities in my best friends Stacy and Priscilla. Both of my best friends are smart, caring, and funny. My friend Stacy and Priscilla are...

    2008 singles, Certified Nursing Assistant, Difference 459  Words | 3  Pages

  • My First Date

    My First Date It was a pleasant Saturday morning when I woke up. Half-asleep, I went to the bathroom, took a bath to wake up myself from my post-slumber. I merrily did my morning routine and as I went down to our kitchen to feed a seemingly growling lion which I call my stomach, I couldn’t help but sneer for I knew that something worth remembering would happen later that day. “First date,” I said, “my very first one… with her.” As I ate my not-so-yummy cereals for my breakfast, I constantly...

    National Mall, Shopping mall, The Devil Went Down to Georgia 1111  Words | 4  Pages

  • An Island Like You

     Yee Yee it’s my essay  Check this An Island Like You, by Judith Ortiz Cofer is about a bunch of teens who live in the barrio of New Jersey. The short stories you read throughout the book will show you how they come of age and learn values and connect to their heritage. One theme that I like is be thankful for those who keep bad influence away. This theme is portrayed in the stories of bad influences and catch the moon. "Bad Influence" details a summer in the life of a young Puerto Rican girl...

    Family, Grandparent, Judith Ortiz Cofer 842  Words | 3  Pages

  • How Do You Get People to Like You

    How Do You Get People To Like You Be polite. Be yourself. That way, people like you for who you are. Many of us mistakenly believe that it's wrong or conceited, to think we have any good qualities. We may spend a lot of time berating ourselves for our negative qualities, thinking that self criticism is the key to improving our performance. However, a constant focus on our supposed shortcomings can hinder our efforts to make friends with other people. How can we have the confidence to make...

    2002 albums, 2005 singles, 2007 singles 906  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Perfect Day

    things. Some days do come close though. Some days just are so wonderful they seem perfect. They seem like the best day you've ever had. That doesn't mean they are but they do come very close. For me a nice summer day always is the start of a good day. Even if the heat nearly kills me every time I walk outside it still is a good day. There is no school and thus no worries. I can sleep in late and my mother doesn't mind at all. In fact I usually become nocturnal in the summer. When I go to bed it's...

    1139  Words | 3  Pages

  • How Do Both Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon Show Their Dislike Toward the War in Their Poems?

    beliefs. Firstly, Siegfried Sassoon will be analysed in Base Details and explore how he exploits the War in his poem. Base details is based upon Sassoon enlightening the readers of the truth about the Majors in the War and what they were really like. Sassoon includes himself into the poem to portray to the reader how if he were a Major, how his attitude would differ, ‘If I were fierce, and bald, and short of breath.’ This beginning line strongly indicates to the audience Sassoon himself is imagining...

    Dulce et Decorum Est, Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori, Poetry 1396  Words | 5  Pages

  • Parents; My Mom and Dad

    PARENTS; MY MOM AND DAD KATHERINE RYON BAKER COLLEGE Some could think that there parents would be more similar than different, because they had enough in common to have a child together. Some could also think their differences would not have much of an effect on their kids, especially if they are young. Neither one of these statements are true. Children see things parents would like to think are hidden. They also realize things that are going on adults think they are not able to understand...

    Bullying, Family, Father 1519  Words | 4  Pages

  • My First Museum Trip

    FAS 101 09 October 2011 My First Museum Trip When I read this assignment I realized that I have never actually been to an art museum. I immediately logged onto the computer and discovered that I live only a few miles from the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Va. I was very interested to put the things that I have learned during my art class to use in the museum. Although I was not sure what style of art I would like or dislike, I was going to take my time and look at them all. The Chrysler...

    Abstract expressionism, Art, Arts 788  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Favorite Film

    My Favorite Film If you're like me a person who like action, then the movie Bad Boys 2 would be one of my highly recommended films to see. Actors Will Smith and Martin Lawrence play as two Narcotic Detectives in the big city of Los Angeles. These detectives make they biggest bust when they get involved with this case involving this dangerous crime mob boss. One of the reasons I love this movie so much is because it shows how no matter what our daytime job is we still are sensitive...

    American film actors, Bad Boys, Bad Boys II 586  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Quality World

    My Quality World My Tomorrow Most people don't really understand what "Quality World" really means. Dr. William Glasser coined this term, a psychiatrist who believes that we all have an idea of what we really want in life. According to this author "Quality World" is the overall understanding of everything that is important to us (e.g. possession, principles and beliefs, experiences and relationships) in our lives. The quality world I imagine to be living in ten years from now is one where I have...

    Computer engineering, Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering 1291  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ahh, Like, Here’s My Essay on Verbal Fillers, Ya Know?

    2007 Ahh, Like, Here’s My Essay on Verbal Fillers, Ya Know? I used ninety-three verbal fillers in three days. However, I am not ashamed of this because most people do the exact same thing. My fillers are “like,” “ya know,” “um,” “ahh,” “Jesus,” “shit,” and different forms of “fuck.” Some people have more disfluencies, some have less, but here’s the story of my usage of verbal fillers throughout three fun-filled days of talking to friends and attending a football game. To my surprise, I...

    A Story, Debut albums, Discourse marker 1022  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Summer with My Aunt

    the summer with my aunt; perhaps it was my overwhelming curiosity or the fact that I love children. In any case I had agreed to live with a woman I had only met several times throughout my life, but really all I remember about her from those short visits were her red toes and the way she spent money. She would visit about every four years and every visit she would always spend a pretty penny on my sister and me. I, of course, was not used to spending any amount of money because my parents were doing...

    Billboard Hot Country Songs number-one singles, Family, Love 1571  Words | 4  Pages

  • Shakespeare's "My Mistress' Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun" Analysis

    Today’s presentation will focus on “My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun” by William Shakespeare and “Sonnet 147” also by William Shakespeare. These poems, which both deal with the concept of beauty and love are interesting because they contradict each other even though they were written by the same poet and have the same themes. William Shakespeare lived from 1564 to 1616, an era known as the renaissance period. This obviously influenced Shakespeare’s writing as he wrote about love and beauty...

    Beauty, Human physical appearance, Iambic pentameter 1524  Words | 4  Pages

  • Crabbe is my essay about the book Crabbe and why he ran away

    because he's unhappy with his life. There are many signs that show Crabbe's unhappiness. Crabbe's parents make him feel like he's not good enough to be their son. They never let him do what he wants to do and they dictate his life to what they want. Crabbe's relationship with his parents is that it is a dictatorship. Crabbe says, "I wasn't alone. My Mother swallowed valiums everyday; my Father drank heavily, if you counted the wonderful business lunches and what he poured down at home; lots of kids...

    Teacher 622  Words | 4  Pages

  • My First Visit to Nigeria

    reconstruct my first visit to Nigeria. The journey took place when I was seventeen in early 1993, during which time Nigeria was under the military rule of General Sanni Abacha. For the most part of my trip I stayed in Lagos, former capital state and still highly recognised as the commercial capital of Nigeria, although I did visit other parts of the country including Ondo State and Jos. Between this time and the time I left, in early 1994, I experienced and learnt a lot about the Nigerian culture. My main...

    Abuja, English language, Fela Kuti 2146  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Personal Values Essay

    Wilson October 14, 2011 Swrk 251 Social work value essay My mother likes to tell the story of when I was four years old going to my reading circle. While I was waiting for my reading circle to start, I noticed a baby crying so I picked up toys and started shaking them and making the baby smile. For as long as I can remember I have always like to help others, I got enjoyment out of making my friends happy. Whenever one of my friends had a problem I was always there for them, to listen to them...

    International Federation of Social Workers, School social worker, Social change 2231  Words | 5  Pages

  • my experience education has had on creativity

     (2006) My experience of the impact education had on creativity. “Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn't really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That's because they were able to connect experiences they've had and synthesize new things.” Is a quote that Steve Jobs had which got me to think about how I really do feel about creativity in relation to education...

    Education, High school, Primary education 896  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Culture, My Lens

    Meghan Lourie FSA 103: Section 701 “My Culture, My Lens” 12/9/12 When I sat down to write the “My Culture, My Lens” paper, I was immediately overwhelmed by the feeling that I did not belong in any one category. I am a white, middle class, female from a small town. I felt that I had nothing exceptional to talk about. That was until I started actually planning the assignment out, suddenly I realized I had a lot I wanted to say. Gender I am a girl. I am an independent, feministic woman with...

    Annette Lareau, Family, Father 1505  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Passion, My Business

    MY PASSION What is really my passion? Is it desserts? I have been asking myself to that question lately. For me, dessert is my most preferred. But the only thing that I like best right now is a pastry shop. I want to own a confectionary shop because ever since when I was a child I’ve always wanted to eat sweets and candies that’s why I decided to own a business related to it after I graduate into college, believing that it will really come to pass. When I was in the elementary, I have never...

    Desserts, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship 1347  Words | 4  Pages

  • Like Father, Like Daughter

    Like Father, Like Daughter Let's face it; there comes a time in life when teenagers cannot stand their parents. Arguments ensue, many things that should never be said are spoken aloud, and the teenagers think that they have nothing in common with their parents. However, when Sarah Vowell shares her experience in the essay “Shooting Dad,” she gives the audience a complete, retrospective look at her teenage feuds, which contrasts her relationship with her father today. Vowell uses her past experiences...

    Cannon, Essay, Family 1199  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Life, My Passions

    Running Head: MY LIFE 1 My Life, My Passions MY LIFE 2 Preliminary Outline I. What was your family like? a. Strict family b. Second born son c. Single parent home II. What things do you remember about your childhood? a. Reading Books b. playing sports c. Family outings III. Early Academic Career & Military Enlistment a. High School b. Early College Experience c. Army Life IV. What are your personal, professional, and academic goals? a...

    2007 albums, Blood, Blood donation 1715  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Life in Two-and-Half Pages

    My life is the definition of boring, so I’m pretty sure that you will enjoy my whole two page essay about it; take note of the immense amount of sarcasm dripping out of me. Anyway, ever since I was little I’ve had one goal in mind and that was to be an ideal Indian child that my parents would be proud of. You know... do the whole typical good kid stuff like make all A’s, get involved with school and various extra-curricular activities, get awards, be respectful and what not. So far I have completed...

    Change, Elementary school, Extracurricular activity 1722  Words | 4  Pages

  • my dog my life

    little superhero. One day, my mother scooped me up in her arms, breaking my concentration of crime fighting little girls, to take a trip to the pound. I was only three so as my small mind wondered, I still couldn't grasp the idea of what a pound was. Still, my loving mother would not speak a word of what the "pound" was. I remember toddling through the smelly place of animals big and small thinking, "this is the best place ever!" As we wondered through what seemed like an endless room of stalls,...

    Dog, Pound, Pound-force 1530  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Dad, My Hero

    When I think about what my hero means to me, I realize that most of my special memories and feelings toward my hero come from the little things he does everyday. My hero is not a celebrity or such a recognizable face. My hero is not a national hero or a multi-millionaire. He has never saved me from a burning castle or an avalanche, but he does hug me and tell me to have a good day. He doesn’t buy me expensive or fancy accessories, but he does whisper to me that I’m his special girl. He is just an...

    1998 singles, A Good Day, Baseball 920  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Family

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